noon, May 28
Articles by Kathleen Woodward
Paprika Restaurant on State Street, downtown
Every other Wednesday lunch you can order stuffed cabbage, on Friday night there's roast piglet. Hungarian sausage for $2.45 at every lunch, and espresso for 50 cents, which arrives in a plain coffee cup.
San Diego's notable omelets
The micro-mini hostess in Racquel Welch hair, dressed in deep decadent red to match the menu, asks bluntly, “Do you want a drink?”
Joyce Carol Oates is forever inventive, but never profoundly imaginative.
Love and marriage Love and marriage They go together Like a horse and carriage This I tell you brother You can't have one You can't have one You can't have one Without the other "Love ...
Grant Grill - where attorneys, judges, elected officials, city administrators rendezvous
All this crazy activity doesn't mean that the Grant Grill is just another phoney Hotel Circle-Shelter Island restaurant. It's not, it’s not at all. It's a real restaurant, a big city restaurant with white tablecloths and napkins.
January 20 was no day, as it has been traditionally, of uniting behind the President. Counterinaugural parades and speeches were held in cities around the world to protest not only Nixon policy in Vietnam but ...
After last Tuesday night's opening of Paul Zindel's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, The Effects of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds, Asaad Kelada, the director, asked the audience for feedback. The praise he received was lavish and ...
And you begin to think you could be Zelda and Scott Fitzgerald at the Plaze Hotel in New York in the '20s
The Reader dines out at the Westgate
"One warning. Make sure you wear shoes."
A pocket of French resistance in Lemon Grove
My friends constantly complain that in San Diego there are no good, inexpensive, hole-in-the-wall restaurants like those of New York or San Francisco. True, they are difficult to ferret from the morass of eating places ...